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Macron Fires Back at Trump’s Joke About Sending ‘Some Nice ISIS Fighters’ to France: ‘Let’s Be Serious’

Mediaite Tuesday, 3 December 2019
As President *Donald Trump* held a press conference in NATO alongside his French counterpart, *Emmanuel Macron*, he made light of ISIS as he suggested France take their fighters into the country.
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President Trump asked French President Emmanuel Macron if he would like to take back “some nice ISIS fighters”

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